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Sunday, February 6, 2011

Mini phones are a hot commodity. They are desirable and fill a gap in the market of small, easy to carry out devices, which can lift mountains, in spite of its size. Samsung now want to have a go on the market with Galaxy Mini S5570.

Samsung Galaxy Mini S5570 official photos

Samsung Galaxy Mini S5570 are expected to be quite affordable for what it has to offer and that's always a good thing. Power-hungry device is an ARMv6 600 Mhz, which doesn't sound like such a great deal, but with Froyo 2.2 on top, it's sufficient for daily use.

Here's a list of the Samsung Galaxy Mini S5570 are offered.

Generic HSDPA 7 .2Mbps,. 900/2100 Mhz, EDGE/GPRS 850/900/1800/1900 Mhz form factor: touchscreen phone dimensions: (110) 4 x 56.8 x 12.1 mm, 105 g Display: 3.2 Capacitive touchscreen. QVGA (240 x 320) pixel resolution CPU: ARMv6 processor at 600 Mhz OS: 2.2.1 Android (Froyo) memory: 160 MB storage, 384 MB RAM, substitution of the microSD card slot (up to 16 GB) camera: 3 megapixel camera fixed focus connection: Wi-Fi b/g/n, Bluetooth 2.1 with A2DP, standard microUSB port, GPS receiver with A-GPS, 3.5 mm audio jack Misc: FM radio, built-in accelerometer, proximity sensor, Fender Keychain tuner predictive input method, a social hub

You can see the great compromise in specification sheet is the screen resolution. Android looks bad QVGA screens. Samsung has made some changes to the sub pixel fonts and icons to make them look good and more readable on the Galaxy Mini but we think that will remain our primary reluctance with your phone.

On the positive side, will the compromise may also mean that Galaxy Mini be among the most affordable Android smartphones on the market.

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Samsung Galaxy Mini S5570 live shots

Samsung Galaxy Mini S5570 feels good in hand. It has a slim profile and materials used are pleasant to touch.

We are pleased to be a beta test drive and then it's an early prototype, it's not quite ready for prime time so we'll make only a quick preview of the device instead of a full-fledged review.

Preview or not, you'll find a proper hardware and software inspection on the pages that follow.

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